Tuesday, September 30, 2014

It's Already Memphafrica: “Memphis [63% Black] Is Going To Burn If They Do Not Control These Children.”

Wasn't it only a few days ago (okay, maybe a month) that a massive Mahogany Mob erupted into violence in 63 percent black Memphis?
Too late... the city is already known as "Memphafrica": the smoke is already driving away civilization

To paraphrase State Farm, "Like a bad neighbor, black people are there..." [“Memphis Is Going To Burn If They Do Not Control These Children.”, BearingArms.com, 9-30-14]:
Another week, another mob attack in Memphis, Tennessee:
We now know three juveniles were charged after the violent attack in Midtown Friday night, but unlike the days after the Kroger parking lot attack, Memphis’ police director and mayor aren’t saying much.
Sharon Mourning was one of the victims in this weekend’s violent mob attack near South Bellevue and Peabody.
She told WREG, “Memphis is going to burn if they do not control these children.”
Mourning says the kids were crowded in the middle of the street and attacked her car.
Early Monday morning, WREG sent requests to talk with Police Director Toney Armstrong and Mayor A C Wharton.
People at city hall say the mayor is still out of town but want you to know, “The spike in violence in our city is attributable to a small, but destructive minority. The City is doing its part to provide alternatives for teenagers.”
The 100+ black mob attack in Memphis (yes, a black person used a pumpkin as a weapon against a white person)
Like some other parts of the nation, Memphis is falling prey to “wilding,” the practice of mobs of more or less feral teens rampaging through a section of town attacking anyone and everyone for not other reason than their own amusement.
This attack echos an attack that left two Kroger employees and a shopper beaten unconscious earlier this month.
Sadly, neither the Mayor, nor the police, nor community, nor parents seem to want to take responsibility for putting a stop to the practice in Memphis, and finger-pointing being the favorite sport of the day.
"Like a bad neighbor, black people are there..."

It's not white children that need controlling; it's Michael Oher's fellow black citizens in Memphis in dire need of control.


Monday, September 29, 2014

Most Iconic Photo from the Black Insurrection in Ferguson: Yelling "who's streets?!" To #ferguson police...




In the animal kingdom, a display of these traits - to a predator - represent grounds for immediate, unrelenting attack. 

Easy prey. [In a Video, Police Chief of Ferguson Apologizes, New York Times, 9-25-14]:

Chief Thomas Jackson of the police force in Ferguson, Mo., issued a stark apology to the family of Michael Brown on Thursday, saying in a videotaped statement that he was sorry for the death of their son and for the four hours that the body of the unarmed 18-year-old lay in the street after he was fatally shot by a police officer. 
In the video, released by a public relations firm nearly seven weeks after the shooting, Chief Jackson spoke for about two and a half minutes, occasionally glancing down at notes in his hand. He was not in police uniform but rather a reddish-pink polo shirt. 
“I want to say this to the Brown family. No one who has not experienced the loss of a child can understand what you’re feeling,” he said, facing the camera and standing in front of an American flag. “I am truly sorry for the loss of your son. I’m also sorry that it took so long to remove Michael from the street. The time that it took involved very important work on the part of investigators who were trying to collect evidence and gain a true picture of what happened that day. But it was just too long, and I’m truly sorry for that.” 
He also extended his apology to African-Americans in Ferguson, who have accused the police department of racial profiling and mistreatment. 
“I’m also aware of the pain and the feeling of mistrust felt in some of the African-American community toward the police department,” Chief Jackson said. “The city belongs to all of us, and we’re all part of this community. It is clear that we have much work to do. As a community, a city and a nation, we have real problems to solve.”
Michael Brown's parents, the odd couple of Michael Brown Sr. and Lesley McSpadden, were "unmoved" by this public display of cowardice and capitulation to the black mob.  They want Officer Darren Wilson "in handcuffs."
The most iconic image to come out of the black insurrection in 67 percent black Ferguson. A white police officer,  left behind by white flighters fleeing the growing black population, stands guard to protect civilization from the coming of Detroit... [ September 28, 2014]




The results? 

A black population holding all the cards on the monopoly on violence. [Shots fired at off-duty officer on I-70; suspects on the loose, FOX2Now, 9-28-14]:
An off-duty St. Louis city police officer was shot at early Sunday morning on Interstate 70.   
Around 12:20 a.m., the officer was on I-70 near I-170  when three black male suspects fired shots into his personal car. 
The officer was hit by glass and suffered an injury to his arm.  Police say the officer did not shoot back.  The three suspects fled the scene in a black sedan.
"... the officer did not shoot back."

In St. Louis, with the rate of black crime and black hatred of police, the odds are high a white officer of the law will fire back on a black suspect.  

And it might be much, much sooner than anyone wants to admit. [8 protesters arrested outside of Ferguson Police Dept., FOX2Now.com, 9-29-14]:

Moments became tense in Ferguson Sunday night as several people were arrested outside of the Ferguson Police Department. The arrests were a part of the latest round of protests over the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. 
Authorities say a total of eight people were taken into custody. They were charged with failing to disperse and resisting arrest. 
Nearly 150 people were protesting. According to a Ferguson police official, that crowd would not leave South Florissant Road. 
Ferguson police put out a call for back up around 10 p.m. after bottles and rocks were reportedly thrown at officers. County police, highway patrol, and officers from other municipalities responded. 
About an hour or so later, the arrests took place.



The results? 

Rocks and bottles being thrown at police, and gunshots being fired in their direction, all because the monopoly on violence is no longer in the hands of the state; the black insurrectionists have usurped this vise on violence.

At this Sept. 28 black display of power in Ferguson, a Washington Post writer/contributor named Robert Samuels "tweeted" a picture of menacing, thuggish, brutish blacks taunting a white police officer. It includes a caption that tragically captures the reality of life in 67 percent black Ferguson, where white police officers were left behind (by white flight) to try and keep alive/protect the civilization whites abandoned:
Yelling "who's streets?!" To police  



The results? 

Detroit in 2014, the same situation Ferguson will find itself in by 2016 at the earliest.

Saturday, September 27, 2014

"Two Hand Touch" Was Never the Game

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And so, the die is cast. If you understand what this article means, you understand the future is now.
The Department of Justice demands white cops take these "I Am Darren Wilson" bracelets off in the St. Louis Metropolitan area...

The present dictates the future.

No article, no speech, no action can outline what's coming more clearly than this...[DOJ asks Ferguson chief to stop police from wearing 'I am Darren Wilson' bracelets on duty, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9-27-14]:
The U.S. Department of Justice asked Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson on Friday to prohibit police officers from wearing “I am Darren Wilson” bracelets while on duty in Ferguson.
Christy Lopez, a deputy chief in the Civil Rights Division, told Jackson in a letter that residents had photos of officers, from unknown local agencies, wearing the bracelets.
“We are keenly aware of the importance of individual expression of opinions, even those that some find offensive, insensitive, or harmful,” Lopez said in the letter.
However, she continued, “these bracelets reinforce the very ‘us versus them’ mentality that many residents of Ferguson believe exists.”
This is at least the second letter from Lopez to Jackson this week. The first, dated Tuesday, urged Jackson to enforce department policies requiring officers to wear nametags.
“The lack of name plates,” she wrote, “makes it difficult or impossible for members of the public to identify officers if they engage in misconduct, or for police departments to hold them accountable.”
Jackson could not immediately be reached for comment about the requests.
It is Us vs. Them.

It's always been that way.

It's just few people ever dared contemplate what 'us versus them' meant...

This game is not friendly.

 It's not "two-hand touch."

The game is simply "Stand With Michael Brown" or else...

Friday, September 26, 2014

K-K-K-Mart -- Company to Close "Underperforming" Store in 67% Black Ferguson (Courtesy of an "Underperforming" Population)

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One day, people will look on the events of Ferguson in roughly August - December 2014 and wonder why decent people ever put up with a population who sided with a strong-armed robbing, police attacking thug and continued to believe magically Republicans would ever stand up the insanity of the Department of Justice. [Federal investigators discuss Ferguson investigation, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9-24-14]:
U.S. Department of Justice officials promised a frustrated group of Ferguson residents Wednesday night that the federal government will take seriously their allegations of racial profiling and brutality at the hands of north St. Louis County law enforcement.
More than 300 people packed into a meeting room at St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley for an update on the federal civil rights investigation Attorney General Eric Holder announced this month in the wake of the fatal shooting Aug. 9 of Michael Brown by Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson.

Holder said the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division will investigate whether Ferguson police have engaged in a pattern of civil rights violations.
Christy Lopez, a Justice Department deputy counsel, reiterated that point Wednesday in front of a mostly calm crowd.
The point of the meeting was to give an update on the Justice Department’s investigation and give residents a chance to share their stories with federal investigators in one-on-one sessions.
“We are here to address patterns or practices of police misconduct,” Lopez said. She said investigators are looking at “whether people’s constitutional rights are being violated on a regular basis.”
Much to the frustration of many in the audience, Lopez did not say much about whether the Justice Department was looking specifically into potential misconduct by Wilson.
“We cannot promise a federal indictment, but we can promise a federal investigation,” she said.
That wasn’t good enough for many people in the crowd.
Jammian Weaver, 35, of the Spanish Lake area, left before the one-on-one sessions.
Weaver, who said police roughed him up as a teenager when he was walking home from work, said he was skeptical of the Justice Department.
“I got no satisfaction tonight,” he said. “I wanted to hear answers, and I didn’t get that.”
Bobby Johnson, 24, of University City, said he was hoping to hear more of what might happen to Wilson.
“If that was me that shot somebody who is unarmed, I’d be arrested on capital murder right away,” Johnson said. “I want to know why police get special protection.”
 “We cannot promise a federal indictment, but we can promise a federal investigation..”

A federal investigation into what? Perhaps... why K-Mart is closing its store in 67 percent black Ferguson (obviously, a crushing blow to the civil rights of black people to mandate a business be forced to stay in open in an area where the preferred method of payment is EBT/Food Stamps). [Kmart to close store near Florissant, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9-25-14]:
The Kmart store near Florissant will close as part of what the retailer said Thursday is its latest effort to cut costs by shutting down underperforming stores.
A liquidation sale will begin Sunday and the store, located at 2855 Dunn Road, will close in early December, Howard Riefs, a company spokesman, said in a statement.
About 100 employees, most hourly or part-time workers, are affected.
The store is just off West Florissant Avenue, about 2 miles north of the QuikTrip store that looters ransacked and burned after a Ferguson police officer shot and killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown on Aug. 9.
The store is within an 868.5-acre commercial and residential area Ferguson is proposing to annex. The Ferguson City Council approved the proposal in June, then submitted it to the St. Louis County Boundary Commission for consideration. If supported by the commission, the proposal would be submitted for approval by Ferguson voters and voters in the annexation area, which is north of Interstate 270.
Riefs said in an email that Kmart’s decision to close the Florissant store was “unrelated to any local events.”
“The store was underperforming,” he said.
The store opened in October 1998 in what had been a Venture store.
No other Kmart stores in the St. Louis area, Southern Illinois or the rest of Missouri are facing immediate closure, the company said. Earlier this year, Kmart announced closure of its stores in Collinsville and Ellisville.
A publicly-held corporation should never be allowed to make a rational business decision and close the doors of a store failing to make a profit, if such a closing negatively impacts the black community (never mind the black community was the source of the store being in the financial red... instead of the financial black).

So... when will a federal investigation by the Department of Justice be launched into the pattern of businesses shuttering their doors in communities no longer reflecting the one they were originally intending to serve (recall, Ferguson was roughly 45 - 50 percent white in 1998)?

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

There's Always Something There to Remind Me...

A "sacred site" to some people...[Ferguson residents rebuild Michael Brown memorial after fire, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9-24-14]:
The last thing this city needed was another flash point, but it got one early Tuesday when one of two Michael Brown memorials burned.
Like the shooting of a black teenager by a white cop that inspired the shrine, its destruction touched off anger and controversy.
Memorial items had been arranged near a concrete light post along Canfield Drive, where Brown was shot. A larger memorial several feet away, in the middle of the street, where Brown died, was not damaged.
Rumors coursed through an outraged crowd of about 100 who gathered at the scene early Tuesday that an outsider had intentionally set the blaze.
“There is no doubt about it,” said David Whitt, 34, leader of a group of activists who call themselves the Canfield Watchmen. “Someone waited until everyone was asleep and set it on fire.”
Terrell Marshall, of Ferguson, said nothing was amiss when he drove past at 5 a.m., but when he drove by again at 6 a.m., the memorial was fully engulfed.
Markese Mull, 39, who lives in the nearby Canfield Green apartments, said several police cars arrived around 6:45 a.m., and “one cop got out and tried to stomp it out.”
Eventually, Ferguson firefighters doused the flames.
By 8 a.m., the collection of stuffed animals, baseball caps, Michael Brown posters, apparel, votive candle jars and dead flowers was reduced to a heap of ashes.
For weeks after the shooting of Brown by Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson, burning candles have been part of the memorials. Empty, overturned votive candle jars were lying next to the burn site. Pools of melted wax had hardened around the shrines.
But Whitt and others angrily discounted the possibility that a tipped-over candle was to blame. “There is no way a candle did this; someone used gasoline,” Whitt said.
Others said they had smelled gasoline while the fire was burning.
One resident collected ashes in bags, but Whitt said his group would not allow police to examine the scene. “They had their chance this morning, but they left,” he said. “If they were to come back, they would just say, ‘The scene is compromised now.’
“It doesn’t matter anyway. We don’t trust them. This is our home and we don’t want them here.”
In a press release, Police Chief Thomas Jackson said the cause of the fire is unknown and under investigation. He asked that anyone with information, or photos or videos of the fire starting, contact police.
Once the fire was out, police left. Not another officer was seen until 11 a.m., when Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ronald S. Johnson, who had headed security in Ferguson during riots after Brown’s death, arrived alone.
He parked about 100 yards west of the protesters, got out of his car and watched them.
Johnson said that police were investigating a video showing a blue vehicle near the scene at the time the fire started. “We’re attempting to determine how this started and to do everything we can to bring anyone to justice who may have tried to incite trouble in this neighborhood,” he said.
Minutes later, about 20 protesters broke off from the main demonstration and marched toward Johnson, chanting, “Hey hey, ho ho, these crooked cops have got to go.”
Johnson quickly drove away.
By noon Tuesday, residents had rebuilt the shrine with a blanket, a new collection of stuffed animals, T-shirts, flowers and several unlit votive candles next to the soot-stained pole.
About 75 people gathered, joined hands and prayed. They ended by raising their hands and shouting “We are Mike Brown,” and, “We’re young, we’re strong, we’re marching all day long.”
The memorials have attracted a steady stream of visitors since Brown’s death on Aug. 9. Some just cruise slowly past in vehicles. Others park and approach the sites.
Roslyn Howard, 27, and Charisma Alexander, 29, both of Ferguson, visited last week. “She was curious about it, so I said, ‘Let’s stop by and say a prayer,’” Howard said.
They joined another visitor, Lakresha Moore, of Ferguson. The three held hands, bowed their heads and prayed before wiping at tears and returning to their cars.
Earlier, Bill and Ellen Hirzy, of Washington, D.C., took time out from visiting family in St. Louis to pay their respects.
Ellen Hirzy, 65, said, “I woke up this morning and said, ‘I have to get over here.’ I believe in making pilgrimages. At a place like this, you can absorb what happened.”
Like many others who paused or prayed there, her husband was overcome with emotion.
“To think about what happened here,” Bill Hirzy, 78, a retired chemist, said as he dabbed at tears. “There’s a spiritual feeling about this place.”
Mull, who had watched police try to extinguish Tuesday’s fire, said he and his neighbors want a permanent memorial at the scene.
“Instead of a stain on the pavement, Michael Brown needs to be a mark on history,” Mull said.
Like others along Canfield Drive, Mull said he worries about the future of the makeshift memorials.
“This has become a sacred site for people here. We’re afraid the city will send a truck some night and just scrape it off the street,” he said.
Ferguson officials did not return calls or emails for comment.
 Michael Brown attacked a cop, after strong-arm robbing some immigrant for a few score worth of Swisher Sweets.

And he's a hero to a people incapable of assimilating to the society white people once built in Ferguson (remember, the city was 99 percent white in 1970...).

You can bet tonight will be an interesting one in the St. Louis metropolitan area, the heartland of America.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

"This is for Michael Brown," Scream Two Black Males in St. Louis as they rob Six Elderly Whites

PK NOTE: SBPDL still [really, really] needs your help.

You'll never see this story on CNN.

You'll never even see this story on Fox News. [Gunmen mentions Michael Brown as he robs three couples leaving a restaurant,St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9-21-14]:
St. Louis Metropolitan Police are investigating an armed robbery of six people who were walking from a restaurant in the 1100 block of Mississippi Avenue at 11:11 p.m. on Saturday.
Police said the three couples, all of them from 59 to 61 years old, had just left a restaurant and were walking north on the west side of Mississippi when they were approached by two men. One of the men pointed a silver gun at the group and demanded their belongings.
After the second man grabbed items from the group, the first man said, "This is for Michael Brown," according to a police account. Both men then fled on foot.
One man was described at thin build about 5-feet-7 inches tall wearing a white tank top and blue jeans with medium length twisted braids armed with a small silver handgun.
The other man also had a thin build and was about 5-feet-8 inches tall, wearing all black clothing and a black ski mask. Both were black men in their early 20s.
Anyone who may have information regarding the armed robberies are asked to call CrimeStoppers anonymously at 866-371-8477.

Friday, September 19, 2014

"Hello. This is a message from the Chatham [Savannah] Emergency Management Agency. There is a potential civil unrest situation."



The complete breakdown of our border with Mexico (championed by the Obama Administration and a compliant Republican/Democrat Establishment)?
ISIS? Ebola? Border insecurity? We have a racial group in America that automatically sides with black criminals, threatening civilization until the mobs demands are met

All problems.

But, as we have seen with the situation in Ferguson, Missouri, another threat exists showcasing America's racial divide is perhaps - in medical terms - a terminal, inoperable health problem.

Now the situation is reproduced in Savannah, a city already overwhelmed by black crime. [Savannah shooting sparks outrage, GBI investigation, Atlanta Journal Constitution, 9-19-14]:
Mothers pushing baby strollers and throngs of young men marched Thursday night to a Savannah police station “demanding justice” for 29-year-old Charles Smith, who was shot and killed Thursday morning by a Savannah police officer while in custody.
Police had arrested Smith on outstanding warrants and put him in a patrol car with his hands cuffed behind his back, GBI spokeswoman Sherry Lang said in a written statement. Smith was able to move his hands to the front of his body and kick out a window of the patrol car, Lang said.
The shooting is under investigation and findings will be turned over to the Eastern Judicial Circuit district attorney’s office, the Associated Press reported. An autopsy for Smith is scheduled Friday at the GBI’s crime lab in Savannah, Lang said.
Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan interim Police Chief Julie Tolbert requested that the GBI conduct the investigation.
According to the AP, Lang said officers noticed that Smith had a gun when he tried exiting the patrol car and he was shot by an officer. A gun was found under Smith’s body and the incident was captured on video, Lang said.
But those who demonstrated Thursday night against the shooting clearly had their doubts. They rallied in front of the downtown precinct as uniformed officers stood by. Among the demonstrators were eyewitnesses, relatives, community activists and area ministers. “We want justice, justice for Mr. D,” they chanted in unison.
Eyewitness Maurice Williams, 27, said he knew Smith from the neighborhood. He said about 11 a.m. he saw Smith in the back of a police car. He stopped to watch it go by when Smith, who was about 6 feet 7 inches tall, kicked out the window, folded his legs out and pushed on the door.
Williams said the officer exited the patrol car as Smith kicked the window a third time. Williams said he heard the officer say, “Do you want to die?” while he shot Smith in the legs.
Williams said he saw Smith, still handcuffed, escape out the window and fall to the ground. He said the officer fired his weapon three more times, striking Smith in the head and back.
Ten-year police department veteran David Jannot has been put on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation, Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department spokesman Julian Miller said in a written statement reported by The Associated Press.
But that didn’t quell the anger and distress sweeping through parts of West Savannah as the eyewitness account crisscrossed through word of mouth and social media. It propelled Carla Lampkin, 42, a mother of two boys, to scream for immediate justice.
“I saw his blood right here,” she said, pointing to an area near Augusta Road and Eagle Street.
The blood had been washed away but emotions ran high as the Rev. Dr. Leonard Small demanded that the community stay unified around the issue of police-involved shootings in Savannah and across the nation. He told the crowd that more “of our black boys are being killed by police than were killed by the Klu Klux Klan by rope.”
Small of Litway Baptist Church said he dropped off three eyewitnesses to meet with investigators from the GBI, and he sat in on one of those interviews.
What baffled him, he said, is that while the shooting was being videotaped “nobody saw a gun. … The man holding the camera turned his back and there was a big gun,” Small said.
“I don’t believe it. They didn’t find the gun when he was frisked and put in the police car. It was a big gun.”
Other speakers representing the National Action Network and the Savannah Chapter of the NAACP spoke at the rally. But off in the distance sat Smith’s mother, Penny Nelson, and his aunt Andrina Hardy. They said they appreciated the support but the speakers should focus on what happened to Smith.
“We want to know why he was shot in the head,” Hardy said. “He was handcuffed.”
Smith, who was the father of a toddler and had another child on the way, had served time in prison for stealing a car but “he didn’t sell d, rugs and he wasn’t a violent person,” Nelson said. “You can see how liked he was. Look at all these people. We want justice for my boy. You couldn’t ask for a better friend.”

Oh, but it gets better. [Autopsy Friday for suspect shot, killed by Savannah-Chatham police officer, SavannahNow.com, 9-19-14]:
The Rev. Leonard Small told the crowd he didn’t think Smith was shot because of a crime he committed.
“(Smith) was killed because he got caught being black in America,” Small said.
Alicia Blakely, who helped organize the protest, said she expected a nightly presence.
Smith’s older sister, Janie Smith, was one of those who took to the microphone.
She said she thought it was unnecessary for her brother to be shot while wearing handcuffs.
She said Smith had a 5-month-old daughter and was expecting a second child.
“Everybody out here loved him,” she said. “He had a lot of heart. He wasn’t the best person, because he was on probation... But he wasn’t a threat to the community — why would everybody be out here standing up for him?
“None of us is perfect.”
‘Potential civil unrest situation’
At 1:51 p.m. Thursday, the Chatham Emergency Management Agency sent a robo-call to 286 people, including volunteers and representatives from local hospitals, city government and Georgia Power Co., who are registered to work in its emergency operations center, or EOC. The message said:
“Hello. This is a message from the Chatham Emergency Management Agency. There is a potential civil unrest situation. All Emergency Operations Center staff are asked to stand by and be prepared to staff the downtown EOC if necessary. Once again this is a message from the Chatham Emergency Management Agency. There is a potential civil unrest situation. All Emergency Operations center staff are asked to stand by and be prepared to staff the downtown EOC if necessary. Thank you.”
Spokeswoman Meredith Ley said the call was standard protocol, whether it’s a manmade or natural disaster. Similar calls are made for St. Patrick’s Day and the Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon, she said. The decision to place the call Thursday was made internally at CEMA, “based on us working with the police and listening to what’s going on,” Ley said. It wasn’t based on the report of a shooting by a police officer per se but on “the civil unrest and how things could possibly escalate quickly,” she said.
“This is an attempt for us to be prepared so if the situation escalates quickly we are ready to move to the EOC quickly and wouldn’t be wasting precious time,” she said.
The EOC brings together key community partners in one place so they can work together.
The assembled crowd at the scene was peaceful.



The complete breakdown of our border with Mexico (championed by the Obama Administration and a compliant Republican/Democrat Establishment)?

All problems.

But Reverend Leonard Small, who leads a flock completely devoted to the racial cause of black empowerment, gives voice to a population that's been in America for hundreds of years and failed to assimilate... so white people must sacrifice the country their ancestors built so they can accommodate a racial group always "demanding justice" for some thug birthed and reared in the culture of the black community.  

Thursday, September 18, 2014

What the Black Man Demands, Becomes Our Command



Raid a QuikTrip and then burn it down, the state will inevitably bow down to your demands. [Nixon creates 'Office of Community Engagement' in wake of Ferguson, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9-18-14]:
Gov. Jay Nixon today announced the creation of a state "Office of Community Engagement," which will focus on issues in minority and low-income communities in the wake of the Ferguson riots.
Nixon appointed former Missouri state Sen. Maida Coleman as director of the new office. Former St. Louis City Municipal Judge Marvin Teer was appointed deputy director and general counsel.
Coleman will be paid $120,000 annually and Teer will be paid $110,000 annually.
“Across our state, Missouri communities are facing serious issues involving race, educational and economic opportunities, and poverty,” Nixon said in a written statement. The new office, he said, “will be responsible for facilitating meaningful communication about these issues that will yield concrete results . . . and help to develop specific policies to address them.”
Under an executive order Nixon signed today, the new office will be housed within the state Office of Administration. Its duties will include "engaging communities, public and private sector leaders, clergy and citizens across the state in communication regarding critical issues affecting Missouri communities," according to the statement.
The new office may make recommendations to the state Department of Economic Development, Missouri Community Service Commission, Missouri Housing Development Commission and other boards, commissions and agencies that administer programs designed to assist low-income individuals.
Why might certain Missouri communities [black] be facing serious issues involving race, educational and economic opportunities, and poverty? Perhaps two stories from the past six years in St. Louis will help illustrate why the Office of Community Engagement is destined for failure. [Black leaders in St. Louis to recruit 'street teams' in anti-crime campaign, Missourian, 6-8-2008]:
Black leaders who organized an anti-crime march that drew tens of thousands last weekend in St. Louis said Thursday they have begun recruiting “street teams” to mobilize in high-crime neighborhoods.
Teams of men, including former gang members, will be assigned a city neighborhood to visit regularly for “real talk” with youth about teen pregnancy, drugs and gang violence, and to be role models for the rewards of education and employment. They’ll also encourage residents to report crimes and suspicious behavior to police.
Other plans call for partnering with other groups to mentor young people, and holding regular neighborhood summits to get residents tackling their problems.
“We want to liberate our community, and help them know themselves,” said Bishop Courtney Jones of Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship.
“Our kids like to talk real talk,” Jones said. “We’ll talk to them about having six or seven babies, the need for child support and the effects of drugs. This won’t be surface stuff.”
The announcement follows Sunday’s much publicized black men’s march in St. Louis to protest violence, especially black-on-black crime and the social ills that feed it.
The march was the launch for a plan dubbed “Call to Oneness” that black ministers, businessmen and community leaders have been working on since February. Its aim is to reduce crime and violence and resurrect struggling city neighborhoods.
The march succeeded in getting people’s attention and demonstrated the black community is not complacent about its problems, said the Rev. F. James Clark of Shalom Church in Florissant, who heads the “Oneness” campaign.
Now, it’s time to inspire and recruit people to get involved. At a meeting Monday night, the response was overwhelming, Jones said.
“This is not magic,” Clark said. “This is going to take a whole lot of hard work.” He added, don’t expect results overnight. “We’re in this for the long haul.”
Sunday night, the crowd from the day’s march to end violence had barely dissipated when 16-year-old Shirlene Williams was fatally shot in the head at a St. Louis gas station parking lot.
More than 100 men organized by the “Oneness” campaign gathered the next night at the same gas station in a stand against violence, Clark said. Some of them later visited the dead girl’s grandmother to offer condolences. They plan to attend the girl’s funeral Monday.
Has sustained violence in a majority white area ever necessitated the need for a march by whites to mandate the creation of a "Oneness" campaign?


But perhaps this story will explain why poverty and a lack of economic opportunity exists in the majority black areas of St. Louis. [Thieves Cart Off St. Louis Bricks, New York Times, 9-19-2010]:

By the time Raymond Feemster awoke to the pounding of firefighters at his door, flames were already licking his shotgun-style home. The vacant house next door, which neighbors said was frequented by squatters, had burst into flames and was now threatening to engulf houses on each side. 

Mr. Feemster, who gets around on an electric scooter, had to be carried out of the burning building, but today he considers himself lucky that the damage was contained to just two rooms. 

“My neighbor’s house was completely destroyed,” said Mr. Feemster, 58. “I guess it was one of the crackheads in that vacant house.”
Perhaps. But the blaze, one of 391 fires at vacant buildings in the city over the past two years, may have had a more sinister cause. Law enforcement officials, politicians and historic preservationists here have concluded that brick thieves are often to blame, deliberately torching buildings to quicken their harvest of St. Louis brick, prized by developers throughout the South for its distinctive character.
“The firemen come and hose them down and shoot all that mortar off with the high-pressure hose,” said Alderman Samuel Moore, whose predominantly black Fourth Ward has been hit particularly hard by brick thieves. When a thief goes to pick up the bricks after a fire, “They’re just laying there nice and clean.”
It is a crime that has increased with the recession. Where thieves in many cities harvest copper, aluminum and other materials from vacant buildings, brick rustling has emerged more recently as a sort of scrapper’s endgame, exploited once the rest of a building’s architectural elements have been exhausted. “Cleveland is suffering from this,” said Royce Yeater, Midwest director for the National Trust for Historic Preservation. “I’ve also heard of it happening in Detroit.”
After the fire that devastated much of St. Louis in 1849, city leaders passed an ordinance requiring all new buildings to be made of noncombustible material. That law, along with the rich clays of eastern Missouri, led to a flourishing brick industry here. Historians say that at the industry’s height, around 1900, the city had more than 100 manufacturing plants, and St. Louis became known for the quality, craftsmanship and abundance of its brick.
“They love it in New Orleans and the South — wherever they’re rebuilding, they want it because it’s beautiful brick,” said Barbara Buck, who owns Century Used Brick. “It really gives the building a dimension, a fingerprint.”
Mr. Moore, who is drafting a bill that would increase the penalties for brick theft, said that while many thieves still used cables and picks to collapse a wall, arson had become the tool of choice. Thieves even set fire to wood-frame homes to create a diversion. Firefighters often knock down walls, making it easier for thieves to harvest the bricks.
“The whole block is gone — they stole the whole block,” Mr. Moore marveled as he drove his white Dodge Magnum through his ward’s motley collection of dilapidated homes and vacant lots. “They’re stealing entire buildings, buildings that belong to the city. Where else in the world do you steal an entire city building?”
There are more than 8,000 vacant buildings in St. Louis, and more than 11,000 vacant lots.
The maximum penalty for brick theft here is a $500 fine or 90 days in jail or both. The city police said there were 34 brick-related thefts in the last year.
“You see these guys with mortar dust all over them, and they’re stacking on a pallet, and they’ll say, ‘I’m just a day laborer working for that guy over there — whoa, where did he go?’ ” said Maribeth McMahon, a lawyer with the city counselor’s office. “So this poor stiff, who’s just trying to earn an hourly wage, gets a summons.”
Ms. Buck, who said thieves often arrived at her brickyard with “bricks in the trunk of a Lexus,” said she followed city ordinance and required brick vendors to produce a demolition permit to sell their bricks. A pallet of 500 goes for roughly $100, she said, but other less scrupulous buyers do not require permits.
Ms. Buck estimates that as many as eight tractor-trailer loads of stolen bricks leave the city each week for Florida, Louisiana or Texas, because “St. Louis brick is in such high demand.”
The toll on the city’s struggling north side has been particularly heavy. During a hard-luck tour of his ward last week, Mr. Moore pointed out several piles of rubble where houses once stood.


To a people willingly burning down the memory of what whites built in St. Louis; who can never hope to replicate what whites built in starting in 1849.

What the Black Man Demands, Becomes Our Command.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Black Terrorism in St. Louis: “If Darren Wilson gets off, you all better bring every army you all have got. ’Cause it’s going down.”

First, blacks in Ferguson threatened "it's gonna be hell to pay" if the conditions of post-riot city aren't restored to the conditions of the city when it was overwhelmingly white. [Ferguson residents frustrated over lack of opportunity, CBS News, 8-22-14]:
Gunny: "To be honest, if they don’t come and restore these neighborhoods for these people, like when you gotta go travel miles to Walmart and to get gas and stuff like that, it should be right here. If they don’t restore this community for people who stay here it’s gonna be hell to pay…”
Blacks have no purchasing power, meaning even stores like Walmart are incapable of staying open in a city without a white population (or even Hispanic) to sustain it. 
Black Terrorism in St. Louis

Were Ferguson to magically go back to its demographic breakdown in 1990 (73 percent white versus 27 percent white today), the neighborhoods currently "blighted" by a 67 percent black population could be restored; property value would magically increase; tax-revenue would grow, meaning streets would be paved and parks would be improved for children to enjoy the outdoors; and precious Walmart would return. 

Now, blacks have threatened the city of St. Louis (giving new weight to the term black-mail) with massive violence if the lynching of Darren Wilson - you know, the man who executed angelic Michael Brown in cold blood - doesn't commence soon. [Fury of Ferguson descends on St. Louis County Council, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9-17-14]:
“If Darren Wilson gets off, you all better bring every army you all have got. ’Cause it’s going down,” said one speaker. 
The fury of Ferguson descended on the seat of St. Louis County with a vengeance Tuesday night with demonstrators unleashing a torrent of chants, invective and threats at a County Council that listened for two hours in stunned silence. 
Protesters demanded the arrest of Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot 18-year-old Michael Brown to death on a Ferguson street five weeks ago, the removal of County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch from the Brown case, the resignations of County Police Chief Jon Belmar and Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson and accountability from the elected county legislative arm. 
Council Chairwoman Hazel Erby twice threatened to end the meeting prematurely if the demonstrators — who interrupted speakers, including eight residents appealing to the council on zoning and other matters — didn’t cease. 
Undeterred, the audience loudly cheered speakers who likened Wilson and other law enforcement officials to “war criminals,” compared St. Louis County government to the Ku Klux Klan and drew analogies between the St. Louis region and Jim Crow laws. 
“You are ISIS to black people,” one speaker told council members. 
The audience jeered a woman who voiced support for the police. She received a police escort from the building after the meeting. 
Speakers also threatened to shut down St. Louis Cardinals and Rams games this Sunday, disrupt weekend grocery shopping trips throughout the area and mount massive demonstrations if the Cardinals reach the World Series. 
Lastly came the foreshadowing of further violence if Wilson is not charged and convicted. 
“If Darren Wilson gets off, you all better bring every army you all have got. ’Cause it’s going down,” said one speaker.
“If Darren Wilson gets off, you all better bring every army you all have got. ’Cause it’s going down.” 

Oh, but it already went "down."

Recall, the black insurrection in Ferguson required a military-style response because the first night of lawlessness nearly saw innocent employees of a QuikTrip executed. [“Snitches Get Stitches” message spray painted on burned-out QuikTrip, Fox2Now.com, 8-11-14]:
An employee who was working the Quik Trip that was looted and burned told a terrifying story of survival. The 18 year old man didn’t want to be identified but he did say, “Terrifying very, very, terrifying. Madden says: tell me what was going through your mind. Worker: I thought I was going to die tonight, I really thought I was going to die tonight.
His mother added, “I’m very thankful that he’s alright.” 
The worker said he was at the register when the looters rushed the store. He and his two fellow workers locked themselves in a back room. One signaled the company’s alarm system. They got a phone call telling them to stay put, that the police were on the way. But after ten or twenty minutes they decided it was best to escape, fortunately before the fire started. 
The workers said, “One of the employees said we can get a way out of here and so we grabbed jackets to cover our uniform and we ran out of there, out the back door.” 
He said when he got outside he could see the looters keeping police at bay. He was glad he did not stay put and he was told to do, “If we would have stayed put we would have died.”
The black insurrection in Ferguson saw scores of business looted, but the real violence started immediately succeding the lethal encounter between Officer Darren Wilson and Michael Brown. Multiple gun shots were fired by the irate black crowd at the police who gathered around the lifeless of Brown, in the already economically lifeless (remember, there's no Walmart!) city of Ferguson.

The scene was so intense, it took hours before the funeral home director dispatched to claim Brown's body could finish his job. [Why was Michael Brown's body left there for hours?, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9-14-14]:
A St. Louis County first precinct dispatcher was initially bewildered by the requests for backup. “We just called Ferguson back again, and they don’t know anything about it,” she said at one point. 
A Ferguson dispatcher first told the ambulance district someone had been Tased.But at 12:10 p.m., county police began to flood the scene with cars: By 1 p.m., they had dispatched more than a dozen units, according to the county log. By 2 p.m., a dozen more, including two with police dogs. 
And the scene was about to get much more turbulent. 
At 2:11 p.m., Ferguson police logs captured reports of shots fired. At 2:14 p.m., ambulance dispatch noted additional gunshots, then a Code 1000, calling all available jurisdictions to help. Over the next 20 minutes, the first precinct dispatched more than 20 units from at least eight different municipal forces, from Bel-Ridge to St. John to Velda City. 
At some point, Chief Jackson said he urged crime scene detectives to hurry up their work. “We’ve got to expedite,” Jackson said he told them. “They said, ‘OK, we’re expediting.’ But then we had a shooting over here, crowd’s coming in, and it’s really not secure there.” 
About 2:30 p.m., Calvin Whitaker, the livery service driver, arrived to pick up Brown’s body. One end of Canfield was blocked off by police and emergency vehicles. At the other end, a crowd stood in his way. “They were screaming, ‘Let’s kill the police,’” he said. People flung water bottles at his black SUV, he said, cussed at his wife and called them murderers. 
A police officer told them to stay in the car. “You guys do not have vests,” he told them. “The best thing for you to do is get down.” Whitaker and his wife reclined their seats and hunkered down. 
Police dogs, newly arrived, pushed the crowd back some, Jackson said. But when the dogs stepped back, the crowd surged forward, he said, even angrier than before. Jackson began to circle the perimeter with Brown’s mother. 
McSpadden pleaded with the crowd, Whitaker said. “‘All I want them to do is pick up my baby,’” he remembers her saying. “‘Please respect him. Please move back.’ 
She would get a crowd moved back, and then another group would move up.” 
The scene was so tense, commanders in charge stopped the investigation at points and directed investigators to seek cover. Detectives also were pulled away to help manage the crowd. 
At 2:45 p.m., four more canine units arrived. At 3:20 p.m., tactical operations officers — the county SWAT team — began pulling in 
Finally, about 4 p.m., police officers gave the medical examiner investigator, then Whitaker and his wife, the go-ahead to take Brown’s body to the morgue. 
Whitaker moved behind the barriers that had eventually been put up around the body. Police stood shoulder to shoulder alongside Whitaker’s cot and lined the path to his vehicle holding up sheets to block the public’s view. 
Whitaker, 42, said he has transported hundreds of bodies over the years under contract with the city of St. Louis and St. Louis County. “That is the worst situation I’ve ever been in,” he said.
Put Stephen King, Robert Kirkman (creator of The Walking Dead), and George Romero in a room and these writers of horror would be incapable of replicating the frightening reality that Ferguson has exposed since the events of August 10th. 

In a country where the rule of law has collapsed into a scenario of "whatever the black man demands, will be our command" mindset, the lawlessness of Ferguson exposes the truth behind preppers addiction to preparing for the end of civilization; in the heartland of America, we see the seeds of civilizations demise already producing an inhuman crop of insurrectionists, unaccountable to any law of the already dispossessed white man. [New Black Panther Leader: Officer Darren Wilson Wanted “Dead or Alive”, GateWay Pundit, 9-14-14]

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

How Will Future Generations Ever Believe This Story?

An honor student.

At a 99 percent black high school.

Who wanted to be president.
Odin gave his eye for wisdom; 14-year-old St. Louis native LaTasha Williams lost her eye to random black-in-origin gun violence, which continues to make the city (and metropolitan area) uninhabitable to whites

An innocent bystander to the carnage that is the environment black people, in the absence of whites, create.

Actually, it's the environment blacks create regardless if whites are absent or present, quickly helping convince the latter racial group to pack their bags.

But back to the honor student, who calls St. Louis 'home'... [Honor student loses eye in drive-by shooting, Fox2Now.com, 9-16-14]:
A man is still on the run after a drive-by shooting at a corner store in St. Louis.
He hit an unintended target:  Latasha Williams, 14.
Friday had been a happy day for Williams, a Vashon freshma, her sister, Daja, 12, a 7th grader.
“Everyone was giving her dollars and telling her good job,” said their aunt, Shantell Barge.
Progess reports had just come home from school and people around the neighborhood were rewarding the girls for their high marks.
They went to the M.V. Market at 20th and Ferry in North St. Louis to buy snacks to celebrate around 8:30 Friday night.
“It’s not even decent for kids to be in the park,” said their mother, Donnitta Turner, referring to the violent neighborhood.  “They can’t walk around this neighborhood like we grew up.   It was better when we grew up.  We could be outside.  We could play.  We can’t even do this out here.  It’s sad.  Something’s got to give,” Turner said, tears rolling down her cheeks.
The gunman pulled up in a red Monte Carlo, rose through the sun roof, and started shooting.
There were 53 shell casings on the ground when the shooting stopped.
Daja took cover under a parked car.  Latasha was already inside.
“I climbed under the car as far as I could get.  I’m looking out the corner of my eye and I’m looking at all of the gunshots bouncing off the ground…the next thing you know my step sister is screaming, ‘Tasha’s hit.  Tasha’s hit, call the police’,” Daja said.
“It just feels like I’m dreaming, but I’m not,” said the girls’ mother.
Latasha was hit in the arm and in her face:  a bullet where her eye used to be.
God Bless Google Street View: The street where LaTasha Williams lost her eye in a drive-by shooting gone wrong... even after the Allied firebombing of it, Dresden had more life than this street.
“That’s the only store the kids have to walk to and get candy.  Unfortunately, there’s people out there all the time.  When the bad guys come shooting, they’re shooting for them but they’re shooting at all the kids at the same time.  Unfortunately my niece lost her eye due to being inside the store just trying to get some snacks,” Barge said.
“We are wearing patches every Friday throughout the whole year if you want to support us in that to wear patches on Friday, every Friday throughout the year on the left side, your eye, to support my daughter, Latasha Williams,” Turner said.
Gun violence (fatal and non-fatal) is an activity the black population of St. Louis has a near monopoly on, with the parks of the city no-go areas for black children because of the Klan Nazis Tea Party Members Republicans... blacks. [Vashon High School freshman loses eye in shooting at St. Louis corner store, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 9-16-14]:
St. Louis police have made no arrests in the shooting that wounded Latasha and injured a man, 32. Multiple shots were fired into the store, leaving a constellation of bullet holes in the shop’s facade.
Now, Latasha’s mother is asking for the shooter to come forward or for people to help police solve the crime.
“This gun stuff has got to stop,” she said. “There are innocent kids being hurt.”

Latasha, the oldest of seven siblings, has experienced violence in her family before.
Her father, Marvin Williams, was 21 when he was fatally shot in St. Louis on March 21, 2005. Police said then that they believed the shooting was gang-related.

Turner said she has already broken the lease on the family’s apartment near North 20th Street and Salisbury Street, near Hyde Park, and is looking to move her family as soon as possible. She no longer thinks it’s safe.
“It’s bad over there and I refuse to raise my kids down there,” Turner said. “It’s shots every single night.”
So her father was a black gang-banger, who brought potentially seven black children into the world...

And the mother is now going to move her brood from St. Louis to a "safe" city (majority white) to raise her bastard children...

This one story perfectly captures the insanity of the pro-life movement, ensuring a pro-death movement permeates wherever Donnitta Turner, LaTasha William, and Turner's six other children migrate to...

This one story perfectly captures the insanity of modernity, an epoch we can not hope to change or reverse to some magical 1950s-esque existence, but only survive.

And if we survive, future generations will be hard pressed to believe people like LaTasha, Donnitta, or those who fired 53 rounds on a random Friday night and only hit two people could ever have lived.

As dragons were in tales of a pre-medieval Europe that never existed, so will the horror stories of a world once populated by LaTasha's and Donnitta's (for only they could give birth to men such as the gang-banger Marvin Williams, who was 16 when LaTasha was conceived) be interpreted by generations still unborn.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Somewhere, Somehow, Bull Connor is Laughing Uncontrollably: 74% Black Birmingham Celebrates 2nd Annual "Empowerment Week"

A 74 percent black city.


Not just any city. The city responsible for ensuring Black-Run America (BRA) prevailed, ushering in an era of instability, continued decline, and inevitable decay.
In 2013, Birmingham (74 percent black) celebrated "50 Years Forward"


The only time this city comes up in contemporary discussions/dialogue is when historic citation is necessary to shield modern blacks from any criticism or demand they be held accountable for their actions/choices. 

1963 is a historic year, for it's the year the United States of America passed from being a country and officially became nothing more than a cheerleader (with nukes) for advancing the cause of Eurocide - Caucasianocide - and black empowerment. 

The battle of Birmingham was fought, and lost by those believing civilization was something worth defending from the very people who turned the "Paris of the West" into "America's Monrovia Cousin" (Monrovia, Liberia... where the freed slaves were sent as part of repatriation). 

But just as 83 percent black Detroit is collapsing into the white footprint from each it was built, the demise of 74 percent black Birmingham is equally a black phenomenon. 

Thus the need for "Empowerment Week" to help the beleaguered 74 percent black city of Birmingham that time forgot (remember, it's always 1963 Birmingham somewhere). [Birmingham City Council approves $180,000 for 'Empowerment Week' civil rights commemorations, Birmingham News, 8-26-14]:
They criticized and questioned the spending on Monday evening, but on Tuesday morning, the Birmingham City Council quietly approved $180,000 for several days of civil rights commemoration activities. 
The council today authorized funding for the city's second "Empowerment Week," following a committee meeting where several members criticized the lack of spending details and demanded a greater role in activities. 
The council last week delayed a vote on the spending, referring it to a committee Monday to get more details. 
"Why are we doing this again, and do you plan on doing this forever?" asked Councilwoman Valerie Abbott, chairwoman of the Budget and Finance Committee said late Monday. "People in my district want streets paved. They don't want to see a lot of partying anymore." 
While several council members have recently questioned the spending, it was included in the 2015 operating budget, a document approved months ago with seven 'yes' votes, including Abbott's. 
Mayor William Bell's staff late Monday worked to convince the council to salvage funding for their initiative - which begins Sept. 11 through Sept. 15. 
"This is Empowerment Week two," said Terry Burney, a Bell aide. "It sort of gave us a little boost on a national and international level. We got a positive push from this last year." 
"If we're going to 'Birmingham Forward,' then let's do it together," said Councilman Marcus Lundy. "We are not just the cash cow. The attitude of the council is one that wants to be participatory." 
In addition to the return of Empowerment Week, the city Oct. 22 - Oct. 26 will be the site of "Human Rights Week." Both organized weeks are designed to commemorate civil rights and promote world-wide human rights.
"Why are we doing this again, and do you plan on doing this forever?" -- To the victors go the spoils of war...
Silly Councilwoman Valerie Abbott: the answer to your guest of, "Why are we doing this again, and do you plan on doing this forever?", helps explain the reality of BRA.

All past injustices against black people must be celebrated and constantly cited - as those brave civil rights leaders who overcame such injustices - to explain away the present sorrowful conditions of the black community despite massive injustice done against whites to promote exclusively black interests.

We must celebrate 1963 Birmingham and all that was overcome, just as we must close our eyes to 2014 Birmingham (because the conditions of the 74 percent black city - after being controlled politically by blacks since the late 1970s - might confuse a few free-thinking white people into questioning whether Bull Connor is actually the villain in this morality play we call America).

But if you close your eyes to 2014 Birmingham, you miss out on the greatest joke of all. ["I live in Birmingham. Sometimes I hear gunshots at night" Mayor William Bell stresses personal and official response to city violence, Birmingham News, 9-12-14]:
Mayor William Bell said he's directly impacted by deadly violence in the city, and his administration is methodically working with law enforcement, communities and other agencies to address crime and crime prevention. 
"I live in Birmingham. I hear the fire station number 14 when they crank up the emergency truck and the fire truck," Bell said. "Sometimes I hear gunshots at night." 
Deadly violence escalated in Birmingham during the Labor Day weekend when six people were killed. In all, there have been 10 homicides within the last two weeks. 
The 9:30 session at the Birmingham Museum of Art will dissect the problem of black crime and black victimization. The city of Birmingham is 74 percent black, and most of the homicides are committed by black perpetrators on black victims. 
Bell, during a recent work session with the City Council addressed the recent homicides, saying the city is addressing the immediate crimes while also working to address the climate that breeds lawlessness. I'm offended when people pontificate that the mayor can go out there and wave a magic wand and end crime," Bell said. "We can't do that. It's our community's responsibility. It's all of our responsibilities to do the best that we can each and every day, and I'm committed to doing that."
There is a magic wand capable of being waved to end the threat of criminality; it's called "the State" daring to safe-guard a future for the law-abiding by holding black people responsible for their actions.

Instead of having "Empowerment Weeks" dedicated to the perpetual celebration (and re-enactment of the fight for) of the Civil Rights Movement, it's time to realize the need for such a week in a 74 percent black city is hilarious proof Bull Connor's actions in 1963 were warranted.

Fifty years forward from 2014, will Birmingham's all-black citizenry still cite 1963 as a rationale for the complete collapse of the city into conditions far worse than that found in modern Liberia?

Will the city be hosting another "Empowerment Week," where some black person claiming to have been born in that holy year of 1963 is dragged on stage to rationalize black people's continued hate toward their vanquished white foes?

Councilwoman Valerie Abbott asked:"Why are we doing this again, and do you plan on doing this forever?"

The answer is so simple: if we stopped bringing up past white persecution toward blacks as justification for the continued failure of modern blacks (some lingering residue of failure only possible because of slavery, white supremacy, or Jim Crow), we wouldn't have anything to celebrate black people overcoming.

Remove the protective shields of white guilt and state-issued "Birmingham 1963"glasses, and we'd only be left with modern Birmingham and Detroit, two cities remade in the image of their black majority.

How often did Bull Connor's Birmingham hear gunshots at night, Mayor Bell?

Blacks in Birmingham (and Detroit) have already been empowered. The end result?

The conditions of 2014 Detroit and Birmingham.

Sunday, September 14, 2014

A Moment of Silence for Civilization in 83 Percent Black Detroit

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A prayer vigil.

Ends with 9 people shot.

Two dead (one from a car accident as the drive-by shooters tried to drive away).

In 83 percent black Detroit.[Detroit Vigil-Shooting: 2 dead, police chase, others hurt, Detroit Fox, 9-12-14]:
Detroit police say two people are dead and several others wounded following a shooting at a vigil on the city's west side and a vehicle crash afterward.

Police were called to the home in the 14000 block of Patton Street in Detroit for the reports of shots fired.

Susie Haywood who lives in the area says, "I was asleep and boom-bam, it was like oh my god."

According to police reports, when emergency responders arrived on scene, 5 people had been shot, 1 person fatally.

Police also say that when they arrived on scene, several cars sped off.

One of the cars crashed a short distance away in the 9000 block of Burt.

"We have had very little cooperation from the people involved so we are trying to piece together events," Craig said.

A passenger in the car was ejected during the crash and died after the vehicle crashed into a fire hydrant. It is unclear if this person died as a result of the shooting or the crash itself.

Chief James Craig of the Detroit Police says,  "it appears everyone was acquainted but we are not sure what started the argument."

Police say two people were taken into custody in the area of the shooting and crash; five others were taken into custody at a hospital.
 The most important detail was left out of the prior article.

It's included below (see if you can spot it). [Detroit Police Investigate Bloody Scene Where 8 People Shot, 2 Killed In Apparent Family Feud After Prayer Vigil, CBS Detroit, 9-12-14]
Detroit police say a prayer vigil on the city’s west side turned into a deadly family feud with several people shot, a car wreck and multiple suspects under arrest.
“It appears we have eight people shot; two in custody, fleeing the scene; five in custody at the hospital that, instead of going to show support, decided to act stupid — we had to lock them up; and we have three weapons we’ve recovered,” Detroit Assistance Police Chief Steve Dolunt told WWJ’s Mike Campbell.
The situation unfolded just before 2 a.m. Friday after a prayer vigil near Patton and Kendall streets, in a neighborhood near Outer Drive and I-96.
As the vigil was wrapping up, a vehicle drove by and a gunman opened fire on the group of people standing outside. At least eight people were struck by gunfire; one man was killed.
Maurice Westley lives behind the house where the shooting took place.
“There was a short intermission and then I heard a different type of gun going off.
People were screaming and yelling and banging on doors. The shots went off, back and forth for like five minutes, or even longer,” he said. “It’s a mess but I’m not surprised at all, not in this neighborhood.”
Prayer is the wrong activity for hoping to restore civilization and peace in 83 percent black Detroit.

A moment of silence or a vigil is, equally, a wasted endeavor for hoping to turn around the run of bad luck in 83 percent black Detroit.

But it's never too late to laugh at the type of activities found in 83 percent black Detroit on a random Friday morning at 2 a.m. Fox 2 News Headlines